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Election 2020: All about Ghana's election today

Ghana, otherwise called the world's second-biggest provider of cocoa went to surveys today. As a component of this activity, 17 million Ghanaians will choose their next president. On December 7, 2020, the west African nation began the way toward choosing another president and a parliament. 

Other than being known as the world's second-biggest provider of cocoa, Ghana is known as the most just nation in its area. 

Ghana got back to vote based system in 1992, and this - is its eighth official and parliamentary political decision. Ghana's leader - Nana Akufo Ado is running for a subsequent term. Also, this political race is remarkable in manners mutiple. 

Out of eleven competitors who are running for president, 3 are ladies. The fundamental challenger to president Anan Akufo Ado - is his archetype John Dramani Mahama. 

Ghana has 17 million citizens: 38,000 surveying stations have been set up across 16 locale to help Ghanaians vote. 

These are the issues on the psyches of electors: Unemployment, security, the COVID-19 pandemic, and the economy. The Ghanaian economy is driven by cocoa and gold, and it was once called the "Gold Coast". The nation has one of the greatest gold stores on the planet, and is the seventh biggest maker of gold. 

The COVID-19 pandemic has not saved Ghana's kin or its economy. Yet, the nation's reaction to the medical services emergency has been praised internationally. 

Ghana figured out how to contain the quantity of diseases to a little more than 50,000, and passings have been restricted to around 300. 

For the third time, Akufo Ado will be taking Mahama head on. The two originally challenged against one another in 2012. Mahama won. Akufo Ado got his retribution 4 years after the fact. 

Nearby reports state the president has an edge this time as well. Assuming this is the case, his gathering the NPP would have to make sure about more than 50% seats in the 275-part parliament. The outcomes are required to be out on December 10.

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African Ghana Ghanaians John Dramani Mahama. Nana Akufo Ado


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